Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz – Museum Gunzenhauser

The Gunzenhauser collection Most of the more than 2.400 works in Gunzenhauser’s collection fall into the categories of Classical Modernism and Neue Sachlichkeit(New Objectivity) and were first-class art in his individual point of view. They include mainly works by artists such as Otto Dix, Conrad Felixmüller, Alexej von Jawlensky, Gabriele Münter, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Willy Baumeister and Horst Antes, as well as Max Beckmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Georg Schrimpf, Gustav Wunderwald and Johannes Grützke. These works are a valuable addition to the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, which focus on the painting and sculpture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. There is a long tradition of collecting contemporary art in Chemnitz, a city founded in the twelfth century by Emperor Frederick I “Barbarossa” at the foot of the Erzgebirgeon the main route connecting Franconia and Bohemia. The small town on the river Chemnitz soon developed into a centre of crafts and commerce.

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Bandnummer: 117e

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Erscheinungstermin: 20. Dezember 2007
ISBN: 978-3-86711-037-2
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The Gunzenhauser collection Most of the more than 2.400 works in Gunzenhauser’s collection fall into the categories of Classical Modernism and Neue Sachlichkeit(New Objectivity) and were first-class art in his individual point of view. They include mainly works by artists such as Otto Dix, Conrad Felixmüller, Alexej von Jawlensky, Gabriele Münter, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Willy Baumeister and Horst Antes, as well as Max Beckmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Georg Schrimpf, Gustav Wunderwald and Johannes Grützke. These works are a valuable addition to the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, which focus on the painting and sculpture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. There is a long tradition of collecting contemporary art in Chemnitz, a city founded in the twelfth century by Emperor Frederick I “Barbarossa” at the foot of the Erzgebirgeon the main route connecting Franconia and Bohemia. The small town on the river Chemnitz soon developed into a centre of crafts and commerce.

Reihe: , (ARCHF)
Bandnummer: 117e
Warengruppe: 1584
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage: 1 2007
Abbildungen: 13
Medium: Broschüre
Einbandart: geheftet
Seitenzahl: 24
Format: 11 x 16 cm
Gewicht: 29 g
Erscheinungsdatum: 20. Dezember 2007
ISBN: 978-3-86711-037-2
Verlag: Stadtwandel Verlag
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